Sunshine Coast Live has partnered with Sunshine Coast Council and USC to deliver dynamic professional development opportunities for theatre practitioners in the region.



Catarina Hebbard holds both Arts (Acting) and Education degrees from QUT and Griffith respectively and works as a freelance director, actor, voice-over artist, mentor and teacher. As a Director, her most recent credits include: Poison (EG & Metro Arts), Spike Heels (QUT), Look Mum…No Hands!!! and Love Me; (co-director indelabilityarts), the Laramie Project (NIDA open), Bumpy Angels and DNA (The Arts Centre Gold Coast), Dolores (Anywhere Theatre Festival), Head Full of Love (Re-mount & National Tour 2015 QT/C), The Pitch & Eight (QT/C), Grimm Tales & More Grimm Tales (La Boite YAC) Medea Redux: Awkward Conversations (Daniel Evans & Metro Arts), Company and The Boy From Oz (Ignatians) and Machina (La Boite Indie). As Assistant Director: La Traviata (Opera Queensland), Quartet and Water Falling Down (QTC), Faustus (QTC & Bell Shakespeare). As an actor her Film and TV credits include: Girl Clock, the Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Reef’n’Beef, the Down under Mystery Tour, K9 & Sally & Possum. Catarina is the Co-Artistic Director & Co-Founder of indelabilityarts, is an alumni of the Women Directors’ Program, Melbourne Theatre Company (2015), and was Youth and Participation Producer at La Boite (2015), Creative Director of Harvest Rain’s Incubator Season (2015) and Creative Associate at QT(C) (2011).

DATE: Sat 26th October 2019

TIME: 9.30am-4.30pm 

LOCATION: 20 people. Black Box, The Old Ambulance Station, Howard St, Nambour

COST: General public $25; SCTA member $20; Youth $10

Catarina Hebbard

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THEATRELAB 18:19 is inclusive. There is provision for auditors to observe sessions, disability access will be encouraged and workshop spaces allocated for youth.

These projects have been proudly supported by Sunshine Coast Council’s grants program.

Contact: Dr Jude Pippen 0428 188 184

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Supported by the Regional Arts Development Fund, a partnership between the Queensland Government and Sunshine Coast Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.